CE: Narrated by Morgan Freeman, Island of Lemurs: Madagascar tells the epic story of one of nature’s most amazing creatures: the lemur. Having thrived on Madagascar for tens of millions of years, these furry creatures have found themselves locked in an ongoing struggle with humans for the island’s limited resources. And now, it’s up to a small group of scientists, including primatologist Patricia Wright, to preserve the lemurs’ natural habitat and to ensure these animals continue to flourish. The documentary introduces viewers to the conservation efforts of Wright, a former Brooklyn social worker who first set foot on Madagascar in 1986, and gives viewers a peek inside her rainforest headquarters, the Centre ValBio. Of course, the real stars of the movie are the lemurs themselves. Shot with state-of-the-art IMAX camera technology, Island of Lemurs: Madagascar is a stunning look at the island's inhabitants and its unique geography, made even more jaw-dropping by the inclusion of both 3D and 2D versions of the movie on Blu-ray.